Got a 42LV5500 the other day. Been working on the setup for awhile. One thing I've noticed several times is a weird jittery effect when watching Netflix Streaming. I used the Netflix app and the Truemotion only gives me options of OFF, Low, or High. When I select Low it's okay enough, but some movies like BLACK DEATH that use handheld cinematography make the movie very hard to watch with a lot of judder. Turn the the function on High and it creates lots of artifacts. Turn the function OFF and the movie gets really really jittery. Even on other movies from Netflix the jittery effect remains when truemotion is turned off. So, I try to leave it on low but then there is lots of judder when handheld cameras are used...like on Destination Truth. So, anyone have a fix?
I also have first generation Roku that ouputs 720P. I have more control over the Truemotion when using HDMI and the Roku, but it's still never really as smooth as OTA or Blu-ray movies. And with the Truemotion set on off, it's still jittery. Also, the 720P Roku output is slightly less detailed than the LG Netflix App...so I'm thinking the Netflix App is a 1080P signal. Plus, the LG Netflic App has subtitles - something my old Roku doesn't support and I am a little hard of hearing. I'm still going to use my Roku as several other channels like Newscaster, Crunchyroll, Babble Music, and Vimeo are nice. Might use the LG App for Netflix if I can get the jittery/juddery image to smooth out.
Any advice on the Netflix App is appreciated.